glomming glomming


  1. (v) take by theft
  2. (v) seize upon or latch onto something



  1. You're kind of glomming a couple things on there that I'm not sure work.
  2. If the wait time is too long for the big attractions, you can have a blast just glomming the architecture and atmosphere.



  1. "I mean, Cindy Sheehan is just Bill Burkett," Limbaugh said Monday on his nationally syndicated show. "Her story is nothing more than forged documents. There's nothing about it that's real, including the mainstream media's glomming onto it....
    on Aug 17, 2005 By: Rush Limbaugh Source: San Francisco Chronicle

  2. "A number of diseases -- such as Huntington's and Alzheimer's - involve proteins glomming together in the cell in ways that they shouldn't," Block said. "The cell tries to get rid of these bad protein aggregates by transporting them elsewhere...
    on Dec 5, 2003 By: Steven M Block Source: Stanford Report

  3. "Well, for making a big picture that makes money," says Hopper. "And making money means that a lot of people saw it. And that it's success and that it's good enough to start glomming a lot of awards. That's what my ambition is."
    on Jun 29, 2004 By: Dennis Hopper Source: CBS News

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